March 2019

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Use What You Have

Gardeners in the carribean contend with rocky terrain. Just one look at our picture of the week and you’ll see that imagination and ingenuity make great companions. This week’s winning digital image was submitted by Millicent of Long Island Bahamas. Thank you Millie! Congratulations to gardener Nick for growing this spectactual swiss chard. Bon Appetit.

What Is A Three Sisters Garden

Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram What is a Three Sisters Garden? A three sisters garden is a Native American method of companion planting. It consists of corn, beans and a chosen gourd (squash, pumpkin, melon) that thrive when planted together. This garden is the a popular example of companion planting, and was used by Native Americans before Europeans settled in the Americas. We recommend that you use heirloom seeds for your three… Read More »What Is A Three Sisters Garden

YellowHouze 2019 Garden Awards

Let’s say you’ve finally moved to a home or an apartment with enough outdoor space for a little garden to call your own. What sort of tools will you need to get started? While gardening can be a wonderful hobby, it can quickly turn into a splintery hassle without the right pair of gloves, pruning shears, loppers, garden fork, hand trowel, spade, rake, and hoe. There are some essential tools… Read More »YellowHouze 2019 Garden Awards